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WASH intervention in Yobe State

The UNICEF Project Cooperative Agreeement (PCA) 1 and 2 has carried out major interventionsaw in Yobe state.

Integrated Emergency Response (IER) conducting diagnosis on one of the three damaged boreholes that were rehabilitated in Aven, Patani LGA in Delta State
In late 2012, Caritas Nigeria joined state actors like National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA), CRS, and the Office of the Coordinator for Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) to carry out a joint-assessment of flood-affected areas in Nigeria. Thereafter, Caritas Nigeria partnered with the local diocesan Caritas to distribute food and non-food relief items as well as cash transfers to various communities in five affected states in the wake of the 2012 flooding (Delta, Edo, Anambra, Imo and Cross River States). 
Water Sanitation and Hygiene Committee (WASHCOM) Member demonstrates handwashing using the Tippy Tap Constructed by Pupils of a Primary School in Aven, Patani Local Government Area in Delta State, Nigeria

Social Transfer for Emergency Response in States affected by Insurgency and Fulani Herdsmen Conflict in Nigeria

In December 2014, Caritas Nigeria implemented an emergency response project that supported 11,060 Households in some dioceses (states) in Nigeria that were affected by the insurgency in the North Eastern part of Nigeria and the Fulani herdsmen conflict in the middle-belt.
The project provided Supplementary Rations in a one-off distribution which addressed food needs Households. The Project initially targeted 2000 families in all. But in view of the overwhelming population of internally displaced persons (IDPs) whose food needs ought to be addressed, and in order for the diocesan Caritas offices not to cause any form of disaffection amongst the IDPS, Caritas Nigeria decided to provide Supplementary Rations in a one-off distribution. 
 
Similarly, in October, 2014 Caritas Nigeria also distributed food items to families who fled their homes in Gwoza, Borno state in the wake of massive attacks on them perpetrated by the dreaded Boko Haram Islamic sect, and are now residing in a squatter camp in new Kuchingoro, behind the Games village in Area 1, Abuja.  The food items distributed enabled over 50 Households (approximately 350 individuals) on an average of seven persons per household to address their immediate food needs. These projects were supported by Caritas Internationalis (CI).
 

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